Year: 2022

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Traumatic Brain Injury Therapies

The Brain Injury Association of Michigan estimates that 58,500 Michiganders suffer traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) every year. People with mild TBIs, like concussions, often make a full recovery by resting and avoiding physically and mentally demanding activities. But not everyone is so lucky. Nationwide, 166 people per day die from…

  The Dangers of Distracted Driving in Michigan The Michigan House just made great strides towards saving lives by passing three bills to strengthen the state’s distracted driving law and increase penalties for violations. Current Michigan distracted driving law only bans texting while driving. Nothing prohibits a driver from solving…

Motor Vehicle Crash Injury Prevention Programs

Attorney David Christensen of Christensen Law is now a member of the University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center. The Injury Prevention Center, funded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), performs comprehensive research, educational opportunities, and public outreach initiatives to reduce the occurrence and burdens of injury…

Car Carsh

Michigan road deaths spiked in the first nine months of 2021 to 882, an 11 percent jump from the previous year, according to disturbing new federal data. The statewide surge mirrors national figures projecting an overall 12 percent increase in traffic fatalities in a country still gripped by the COVID-19…

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Car Insurance Claim Form

Under Michigan law, all vehicle owners are required to carry minimum amounts of no-fault insurance. If you are involved in an accident, your no-fault insurance can pay for your medical bills, your lost wages, replacement services, and damage you cause to others’ property. As its name suggests, no-fault benefits are…